2021 sees the return of The Business Show – Rebooting Ireland

Rebooting Ireland, The Business Show | Thu 26 Nov | Author – Business & Finance

Following the success of The Business Show 2020, the team behind it is producing a second edition for 2021. Themed ‘Rebooting Ireland’, the series is designed to help guide businesses through these challenging times.

The Business Show 2021 is the second in a series that launched by the Business & Finance Media Group this year. The series is designed to help guide businesses through challenging times with a view to emerging stronger and more agile.

Next year’s Business Show will begin in February with the first of a series of virtual events and will culminate with the Rebooting Ireland Virtual Summit in April 2021. This will be an interactive online event including live keynotes, panel discussions, networking and opportunities to share digital content.

This solutions-based event programme is designed to bring leaders from business, public policy and community together to discuss how to drive recovery and growth post COVID-19. Participants will bring their unique experiences of resilience and survival with an exchange of ideas, insights and strategies to help aid the recovery and growth of Ireland’s enterprise and SME sectors.

Electric Ireland will continue their partnership as official energy partner for The Business Show. Dermot McArdle, Business Markets Manager at Electric Ireland, said

Electric Ireland are delighted to announce their renewal as official energy partner for The Business Show. With 2021 approaching, uncertainty and challenges remain for businesses across the country. As Ireland’s largest energy supplier, Electric Ireland continue to support businesses through our Brighter Together Energy Programme and the ‘Rebooting Ireland’ platform is a great opportunity for us to continue this work into 2021.

The Business Show Virtual Event Series 2020 had 2,000 attendees, 80+ speakers and 25 partners.

For more information on The Business Show 2021, see here. For information on partnering, please contact brian.kearns@businessandfinance.com